The alleged Texas serial killer may have used his Border Patrol intelligence job to monitor the murder investigation and evade police, investigators say
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The Border Patrol agent suspected of murdering four women and abducting a fifth may have used his law-enforcement position to monitor the police investigation, authorities said.

Juan David Ortiz, an intelligence supervisor, likely had access to information showing that in the early stages of the murder investigation, police were looking for a vehicle that looked nothing like his.

Authorities also said Ortiz probably used his service weapon to commit the alleged murders, since casings found at...


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